Jennifer Lopez Performs Alex Rodriguez-Dedicated Song 'Us' and Honors Prince at Pre-Super Bowl Show

Before starting her performance of 'Us', Lopez gives a shout out to her boyfriend, saying, 'I don't want to get all mushy or anything, but baby, this song's for you.'

AceShowbiz - On February 1, Jennifer Lopez premiered a new song entitled "Us", nearly four years after releasing her eighth studio album "A.K.A.". The New York-born songstress debuted the live performance of the said track when she took the stage at Super Saturday Night at The Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 3.

Rocking an embellished catsuit, Lopez confirmed before the performance that "Us" is about her relationship with Alex Rodriguez. "We've been together for one year today," she said while introducing the song. "I don't want to get all mushy or anything, but baby, this song's for you. I love you."

The "On the Floor" hitmaker then performed the song with some male back up dancers, who delivered some sexy dance moves along with Lopez. Rodriguez himself was among the audience members that night and later shared on Instagram a selfie video with "Dancing with the Stars" star Derek Hough.

"What an epic night at #SuperSaturday!" so he captioned the post which saw him giving his followers a look at the crowd dancing and singing along to Lopez's "On the Floor".

What an epic night at #SuperSaturday! @jlo @derekhough @bsternlicht1 🔥

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Also at the Pre-Super Bowl show, Lopez paid tribute to late musician Prince. Wearing a royal blue, fringe bodysuit by Giannina Azar, the 48-year-old singer/actress delivered a medley of some Prince's hit songs such as "Dearly beloved", "Darling Nikki" and "When Doves Cry".

The singer was also joined on stage by some special guests. DJ Khaled performed a few of his own songs like "I'm the One", "All I Do Is Win" and "Wild Thoughts". Meanwhile, Ne-Yo joined her for "All I Have" performance, singing LL Cool J's verse.

Lopez also used her show that night to raise awareness for Puerto Rico and her Hispanic Foundation's hurricane recovery efforts. She told the crowd that she wanted to "help all of our friends in Puerto Rico who are still trying to rebuild their lives. Together we can do great things."

She ended the show with an unexpected encore of hit song "Let's Get Loud" after covering Aretha Franklin's "Respect".

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